LOCKPORT – A Lockport mother of three teenagers pleaded guilty to a heroin-selling charge Tuesday in Niagara County Court.
Nicole L. Jordan was assigned to the judicial diversion program of court-supervised drug treatment by Judge Sara Sheldon. She risks up to 12 years in prison if she fails to clean up her life. Jordan, 34, of Willow Street, admitted selling heroin Sept. 17, 2014, and pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
In another drug case Tuesday, Tina Krenkel, 37, of Garden Street, Lockport, was sentenced to a year in the County Jail by Judge Matthew J. Murphy III. Krenkel pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor after a raid in which some cocaine, a marijuana-growing operation, and her then-boyfriend were seized by police March 13 on Ridge Road in Newfane. The boyfriend, Michael J. Bewhow, 41, is in diversion.